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ISBN:
0708982964
Author:
Norah Lofts
Category:
Genre Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Ulverscroft Large Print Books Ltd; Large Print edition edition (November 1985)
Pages:
512 pages
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1309 kb
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1136 kb
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1656 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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383


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House at Sunset (Charnwood Library). ISBN 9780708982969 (978-0-7089-8296-9) Hardcover, Ulverscroft Large Print Books Ltd, 1985. Find signed collectible books: 'House at Sunset (Charnwood Library)'.

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House at Sunset book. Few writers grab little girls with too much imagination or ego as Norah Lofts did. Not in any age for the writing OR for the character written. She does better on older men than most writers too. And in siblings, if they "fit" or "not"- especially after adulthood. This is not the Lofts book that should be read as a stand alone, IMHO. As we leave Baildon, it now has 20,000 residents. And for the first time, not everyone native knows everyone, nor their extended families.

Thank you so much for bringing them to us in Kindle format! Norah Lofts was prolific, so bringing her books back is a big job, I know, but it is so appreciated! Thank you again!

Ex Library Book with usual stamps and stickers. A slight tan to the page edges.

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The House at Sunset is the last volume of Norah Lofts' famous House Trilogy, and traces the . Download books offline, listen to several books continuously, choose stories for your kids, or try out a book that you didn't thought you would like to listen to.

The House at Sunset is the last volume of Norah Lofts' famous House Trilogy, and traces the fortunes of the men and woman who lived through Georgian, Victorian, and New Elizabethan eras.

In The Town House, Norah Lofts evokes fourteenth- and fifteenth-century life from the perspective of five different characters. Her sympathetic touch and ability to imbue each character with life involves us from the first to the last page. Tomorrow the man I love is to die; horribly and in publi. am supposed to be praying that he may recant.

Norah Lofts, née Norah Ethel Robinson, (27 August 1904 – 10 September 1983) was a 20th-century best-selling British author. She wrote more than fifty books specialising in historical fiction, but she also wrote non-fiction and short stories. Many of her novels, including her Suffolk Trilogy, follow the history of specific houses and their residents over several generations.

The largest ebook library. Lofts, Norah - The Devil in Clevely. If you did not find the book or it was closed, try to find it on the site: GO. Exact matches. Haus der sieben Leben. Download (EPUB). Читать. Lofts, Norah - How Far To Bethlehem. Download (TXT). 653 Kb, en. How Far To Bethlehem.

Celebrated novelist Norah Lofts perfected the art of bringing the past alive in her works of historical fiction. In her long and prolific career, she wrote more than 60 books of nonfiction, biography and historical fiction, animating history and yet preserving historical accuracy

Celebrated novelist Norah Lofts perfected the art of bringing the past alive in her works of historical fiction. She remains one of England's most distinguished and best loved women of letters, selling more than a million books and captivating generations of readers. In her long and prolific career, she wrote more than 60 books of nonfiction, biography and historical fiction, animating history and yet preserving historical accuracy.

  • Kalrajas
I have read many of Ms. Loft's novels, and I find this one of her most thoroughly dismal and depressing ones. In this, various people tell their stories in first person point of view, the stories being linked by the characters' love of the house. This in itself is a depressing theme.

SPOILERS
The characters include a little girl pickpocket, an inseperable and antisocial set of twins, several dotty old ladies, and a nasty alcoholic. Events include jilting, wife abuse, a triple murder, abortion, all kinds of greed and corruption, the needless death of one of the few attractive and newly married young characters, and an unconvincing happy ending for the house rather than for any of the characters. Greed and violence abound.
END OF SPOILERS

The House at Old Vine is a splendid book, and The Town House has good moments. Stick with them, unless you can't stand to leave the house without knowing its sad end.
  • Quamar
This is the third in a series of books by Norah Lofts. As the other books by Lofts are, it's wonderfully written. You can just picture yourself there! Highly recommend getting this third part if you've read the first two and would like to see what happened to this wonderful old home throughout the years.
  • Opilar
This is a great book by one of my favorite authors, but this copy was in no way ACCEPTABLE. Many pages were loose, although none were missing. The second I opened the book, it fell apart. I threw it away. Very disappointing. The seller should have thrown this book away instead of selling it.
  • Bort
This is an old favorite, which I find myself reading again and again. I too wish to thank Amazon for bringing this captivating trilogy to Kindle. This last book of the series is as well written, constructed and thought out with the same mastery as the first and second. One gets the feeling that they are living the experience, rather than reading it.

It will always remain a favorite of mine.
  • Cherry The Countess
This whole trilogy was intriguing. I couldn't stop reading; and by the time I read The House at Sunset, I still had not grown bored with the stories of each of the featured characters. I was sorry when it all ended.
  • Carrot
Not as enthralling as the two previous books in the series, probably because the setting is contemporary and not quite so fascinating as Tudor times. Well written in the same vein as the others told from various points of view. Well worth reading to find out the fate of an old, old house which by all accounts is by now deemed condemned and ripe for demolition.
  • Vareyma
I read and reread these books on a regular basis. Thank you so much for bringing them to us in Kindle format! Norah Lofts was prolific, so bringing her books back is a big job, I know, but it is so appreciated! Thank you again!
One of the best English writers. Norah Lofts can tell a tale. Usually the stories revolve around a house and you fall in love with the house as well as the countryside and the times. Can’t put the her books down and wish they never ended. But of course with a trilogy the reader is in for a great ride. Her characterizations are rich. She really knows human nature. Very juicy in an old English way.